Denon AVR-S940H 7.2 Ch. High-Power 4K AV Receiver – B-Stock
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High-performance home theater at a price that’s hard to ignore
Denon’s AVR-S940H lets you get more out of movies, TV, and music. This 4K-compatible 7.2-channel receiver offers cutting-edge surround sound with decoding for Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X™. You can expand your system with wired and wireless options for playing music in different rooms and two HDMI outputs for watching the same video source on two different screens.
Listen your way
The Denon AVR-S940H built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth let you stream music from different sources. A phono input provides a convenient connection for a turntable. This powerful receiver even offers convenient playback of several different high-resolution audio formats through the front-panel USB port or a computer connected to your home network.
Streamline your music with HEOS
Built-in HEOS technology lets you access all your music — from your personal library, internet radio, and popular streaming services like Pandora®, Spotify®, and TIDAL — through the Denon AVR-S940H.
This receiver can be easily integrated into a wireless multi-room audio system. Stream music to HEOS wireless speakers and components in different rooms, and control each room’s sound independently with the free HEOS app. The app lets you control playback, browse music sources, and select which rooms you want to use. Play the same music throughout your home, or listen to something different in each room.
Just ask Alexa
The HEOS Home Entertainment skill for Amazon Alexa lets you use your Echo or Echo Dot to issue voice commands to the AVR-S940H. You can easily switch inputs and control volume and playback on the receiver and other HEOS enabled devices. Alexa can also help you search for music and stream different content to different rooms in your multi-room HEOS system.
Customizable speaker connections for your ideal setup
The Denon AVR-S940H has outputs for seven speakers, with assignable rear surround channels. If you aren’t looking to set up a full 7.2 surround system, you can use these connections to power a pair of speakers outdoors or in another room and still enjoy 5.2-channel sound in your living room. Or you could set up an immersive 5.1.2 Atmos system by adding a pair of Atmos enabled speakers.